Stuart Rodger is a political activist and student based at Glasgow University, who is currently setting up Labour For Sensible Drug Policy.
Revisiting Easterhouse, home of Iain Duncan Smith's 'epiphany'
As the Work and Pension's Secretary resigns after six years, we return to Glasgow's Easterhouse, where his professed...
From oil-rigs to foodbanks: what life in Aberdeen says about why we must vote Yes
A visit to Britain's oil capital reveals grinding poverty amidst a sea of wealth.
Why has Barack Obama done so little about America’s most racist domestic policy?
When Barack Obama was elected in 2008, it was hailed by many as a final triumph over race. Some people muttered at...
The environmental case for drug legalisation
The number of people in Colombia killed by US tobacco is way beyond the number of Americans killed by Colombian...
The one sure way to reduce prostitution: heroin prescription
We are at a point in the drugs policy debate now where it is no longer heretical to critique conventional wisdom;...
How drug legalisation could save Britain's economy
Legalising drugs in the UK could help solve the economic crisis while decreasing addiction. Why isn't the policy...